Sanjeev Sanyal: So, I think you need to look at how we were in March, in order to understand how we have been dealing with it. the kind of decisions we have been taking; Remember, much of what I am going to talk about is trying to make decisions in an environment of utter uncertainties, where the situation is evolving all the time. So, if you go back to the middle of March, we did not have much information about what exactly was happening on the health side, we knew that something fairly bad happened in Wuhan and then it was spreading to Italy. but, beyond that we really did not have much information. So, of course, like every government we asked for opinions from experts. We got a very wide range of outcomes, there were very negative ones which suggested that hundreds and millions of people will be affected, and lakhs of people would die by June. And then there were others, who believed that there was nothing much more than the bad flu. So, one thing we understood from the … [Read more...] about Exclusive I Sanjeev Sanyal on economic recovery, IBC, financial doles, gold monetisation scheme and more
Miss jones baking co
"As the bond market works on the assessment of single day default. The grace is only for the debenture trustee to ascertain what is known as the event of default. So we have to treat it as a default and if they repay in the course of time you can write back the amount," Arvind Chari, Head –Fixed Income & Alternatives, Quantum Advisors said. … [Read more...] about DHFL Crisis: With mutual funds on wait-and-watch for payments, will SEBI step in?
“The markets gave up initial gains in another volatile day of trade to end the day flat with a negative bias. Global cues were also mixed as Asian markets ended positively, while European markets were trading in the negative,” Vinod Nair, Head of Research at Geojit Financial Services told Moneycontrol. … [Read more...] about Taking Stock: Nifty holds 11,300 on a volatile day; mid & smallcaps outperform
And while I’m laughing a bit at this robot’s expense, the soft touch of healthcare matters, and traumatic experiences in hospital settings can have profound effects on someone long-term. An unsettling environment, or a treatment in which someone experiences pain, confusion, or powerlessness, can cause PTSD, leaving people with lingering anxiety over medical treatment. In the U.S., we need to do everything we can to increase COVID-19 testing, not scare people away from it. … [Read more...] about This COVID-swabbing robot is terrifying. But it doesn’t need to be